[IDN-WG] Public Comment Call on Additional Reference Label Generation Rulesets (LGRs) for the Second Level

Justine Chew justine.chew.icann at gmail.com
Sat Jan 30 03:19:29 UTC 2021

Might this be something that the IDN Working Group and/or the ALAC would
want to or should comment on?



Justine Chew

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From: Maureen Hilyard
Date: Sat, 30 Jan 2021 at 04:06
Subject: [ALAC] Fwd: ICANN News Alert -- Additional Reference Label
Generation Rulesets (LGRs) for the Second Level

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*Additional Reference Label Generation Rulesets (LGRs) for the Second Level

29 January 2021

*Open Date:* 28 January 2021 *Close Date:* 11 March 2021
*Originating Organization:* Global Domains and Strategy (GDS)
*Categories/Tags:* Second-Level Domains
*Brief Overview:*

To improve the transparency and consistency of the Internationalized Domain
Name (IDN) table review process and facilitate the registry operations of
new gTLDs, ICANN has developed four additional reference IDN tables in
machine-readable format, called reference Label Generation Rulesets (LGRs)
for the second level. Arabic, Hebrew, and Sinhala script-based LGRs, and
the Hebrew language-based LGR, are included in this release. The reference
IDN tables are based on the Guidelines for Developing Reference Label
Generation Rules (LGRs)
<https://newsalerts.icann.org/Y0d0s0bNg0028002PRC0jE2>, which were
finalized after community review
<https://newsalerts.icann.org/dd0Pg2kNs20E800R0c020C0>. These will be used
in reviewing IDN tables submitted by gTLD registries, e.g., through the
Registry Service Evaluation Policy (RSEP) process.

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